Vols In The NFL Update (8/27)

Week three of the NFL Preseason is complete there have been some NFL Vols moves

Donte' Stallworth has been cut from the Redskins
Washinton Post: Veterans Donte' Stallworth, cut by teams

Parys Haralson has been traded from the 49ers to the Saints
ESPN: Saints get Haralson in trade
NBCSPorts.com: 49ers trade Parys Haralson to Saints

Now let's take a look at how the NFL Vols did

Thursday Night
Detroit 40, New England 9 - Jerod Mayo notched a tackle and Ben Bartholomew saw game action as the Pats fell on the road
Carolina 34, Baltimore 27 -  Tauren Poole led all Carolina rushers with 15 attempts for 36 yards also making one catch while Morgan Cox snapped on all punts and kicks for the Ravens.

Friday Night
Seattle 17, Green Bay 10 - Tony McDaniel got the start at left defensive tackle for the Seahawks and finished with two tackles
Seahawks.com: Focus On: Tony McDaniel

Chicago 34, Oakland 26 - Denarius Moore and Kevin Burnett started while Omar Gaither and Mychal Rivera saw time. Rivera finished with two catches for 35 yards helping to set up Oakland's first field goal of the night with a 26 yard catch, Moore had one catch for nine yards. On the defensive front, Gaither had two tackles including one for a loss while Burnett finished with one tackle.

Saturday Football?
The majority of the NFL games fell on Saturday this week
Washington 30, Buffalo 7 - Donte' Stallworth saw action for the Redskins
Jets 24, Giants 21 - Matt Simms was 6-of-10 for 120 yards and a touchdown on Saturday while Zach Rogers reeled in two catches for 19 yards for the Jets
Greenandwhitereport.com: Matt Simms Jets' unsung hero

Indianapolis 27, Cleveland 6 - Aubrayo Franklin with the start at nose tackle for the Colts finishing with a tackle and a quarterback hurry
Tampa Bay 17, Miami 16 - Luke Stocker started at tight end for the Bucs while Dallas Thomas saw game action for Miami
Tampa Bay Times: Bucs' Luke Stocker trying to overcome injury

Kansas City 26, Pittsburgh 20 - Eric Berry started at strong safety for Kansas City while Ramon Foster started at left guard for Pittsburgh. Berry finished with five tackles and combined for a sack also hurrying the quarterback once. Dustin Colquitt punted just four times for a 47.3 average while Tyler Bray did not see action.
Daily American Online: Steelers' Ramon Foster under the spotlight
SI.com: Steelers guard Foster's turn has come
Fox News: After years as spare part, Foster's star turn has come
ESPN: Tyler Bray beats out Ricky Stanzi

Tennessee 27, Atlanta 16 - Jacques McClendon saw action for the Falcons and Justin Hunter reeled in his first NFL touchdown on a three yard catch for Tennessee
WATE: Hunter grabs first TD catch in Titans win

Denver 27, St. Louis 26 - Scott Wells started at center for St. Louis, Peyton Manning, of course, started at quarterback and Malik Jackson earned the start at right defensive end for the Broncos. Manning finished 25-of-34 for 234 yards and a TD, Britton Colquitt punted five times for a 44.2 avg., Jackson had two solo tackles including a sack for a loss of 13 yards and Robert Ayers did not play.
San Jose Mercury: Manning not hitting panic button in Denver
Detroit Free Press: Broncos' Elway: Manning 'got better' last year

Dallas 24, Cincinnati 18 - Jason Witten started at tight end and made one catch for 11 yards for the Cowboys
ESPN: Witten hopes to be utilized more in the redzone

San Diego 24, Arizona 7 - Robert Meachem made 2 catches for 18 yards for SD
NFL.com: Arizona Cardinals lose Dan Williams

Arian Foster's back injury is creeping into his legs now?
New Orleans 31, Houston 23 - Jabari Greer started at left cornerback while Austin Johnson got in the game for NOLA, Arian Foster still not active for Houston. Johnson finished with one rush for one yard and two catches for 15 yards while Greer notched a tackle.
Houston Chronicle: Foster won't play in preseason
CBSSports.com: Foster claims to be 'fresh', 'rejuvenated' and 'fine'

San Francisco 24, Minnesota 14 - Marvin Mitchell started at linebacker for the Vikings finishing with a tackle while CP came in relief and had two catches for 11 yards. For the 9ers, Parys Haralson had one tackle in his final game for San Fran.
Mail Online: Cordarrelle Patterson of Vikings shows flashes of brilliance

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